[Ed. – The Rasmussen page on this doesn’t provide the sample demographics unless you have paid access. But it’s a good guess registered Democrats are at least somewhat overrepresented, because they always are. So it’s interesting that even with that likely handicap, a slight majority still thinks anti-Trump crimes were probably committed.]
A Rasmussen poll reveals a little more than half of likely U.S. voters suspect crimes were committed by high-level law enforcement officials in an effort to stop a Donald Trump presidency, but only 32 percent believe anyone will be punished. …
The national survey, obtained via telephone and the Internet, shows 51 percent of likely U.S. voters believe high-level law enforcement officials have broken the law to stop Trump from winning the White House.
The 51 percent who suspect high-level crimes includes 34 percent who say such a situation is “very likely.”